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What does NYMTC stand for?

NYMTC stands for New York Metropolitan Transportation Council


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2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Billions of federal dollars will flow into the metropolitan area over the next 25 years to improve the region's transportation system, and the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) is seeking input into how that money should be spent.
New York Metropolitan Transportation Council members discuss regional growth at annual meeting; New York University's Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square Park South, 4th floor auditorium.
Cruz Russell, deputy chief of strategic planning for the Port Authority of NY & NJ, outlined the Authority's aggressive $5 billion a year capital program And Joel Ettinger, the newly appointed executive director of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) noted that the recently issued draft Regional Transportation Plan outlines $160 billion in transportation needs through 2030.
“We need to recognize that there are a lot of priorities to maintain the system, to build the system, and we believe that we need to build it beyond what we are planning today,” he told several hundred transportation planners at a meeting of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council.
NEW YORK, June 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) today released its draft Transportation Conformity Determination, Environmental Justice Assessment and Congestion Management System Status Report -- all of which have been developed to meet Federal transportation and air-quality planning requirements.
UPDATE: Partnership spokesman Brian Mahanna emails: "The Partnership meets regularly with elected officials from across the state, including Attorney General Spitzer, and meeting with the Naussau County executive and co-chair of New York Metropolitan Transportation Council to share views on regional cooperation on transit, Medicaid and other issues of mutual concern was in no way a political statement.